Milan Transportation

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  • 1. Metro

    It's very difficult to go by metro with luggages because many (all?) metro stations in Milan has no elevator! very ancient system to have no elevators for tourists. The metro is suitable for people...

  • 2. Bus - Tram

    Here at the Central Station we can see a very old and a very new tram (aka streetcar) standing side by side on adjacent tracks. Milan has an extensive tram and bus system as well as three underground...

  • 3. Train

    I took a train on Oct 8, 2015 from Cental Station Milan to Bergamo Italy. I was met at the ticketing machine by a local who took over when I went to buy a ticket and expected some money at the end of...

  • 4. Airports

    Milan has two airports - Malpensa and Linate - with Malpensa being the most likely hub for travelers flying in/out of the United States. It is a good 30 miles out of central Milan and transport...

  • 5. Malpensa Airport

    Malpensa airport is a perfectly functional and efficient airport, although its brownish decor makes it feel rather grubby. It's actually just as clean as any other airport, including the toilets. The...

  • 6. Cycling

    Since 2009 Milano has a bike-sharing program that works really well. For 2.50€ a day and 6€ a week, you can buy a pass that gives you unlimited use of the bikes for 30-minute increments. You pick up a...

  • 7. Bergamo Airport - Orio al Serio

    Ca. 45-min-comfortable ride on autostradale bus to Milan. Bought the ticket online via link to the bus company. Paid 5 euros one way. 9 euros return ticket. Under Contact; Other I attached...

  • 8. Milano Centrale Railway Station

    I fell in love with this little bar on my first daylight day here in Milan when I was heading out to Bergamo late afternoon. I'd left my bag at my hotel whilst spending the morning doing some...

  • 9. Malpensa Express

    Taking the train to and from Malpensa airport rather than the bus makes sense to me, even though train costs a couple of euro more. Trains are more comfortable, have ample space for luggage and, most...

  • 10. Malpensa Airport Bus

    The Malpensa Shuttle is a good, efficient and cheap way to get into Milan Central. I specifically choose the Malpensa Shuttle for it's ease and comfort as well as the convenience that it would leave...

  • 11. Taxi

    Taxi fares in Milan (since 15th july 2007) are 0,95 euro per kilometer, plus a flat initial surcharge of 3 euro (5,10 euro on sunday/holidays; 6,10 euro night time) The hourly rate is 24,80 euro (this...

  • 12. Linate Airport

    Rent a car in Italy, especially on holiday could be tricky. 1. only airport car rental offices are open 2. book in advance, no booking services at desk 3. mostly manual transition, automatic is much...

  • 13. Airlines

    American Airlines is my airline of choice and wherever I travel to I will always choice AA to get me there. I flew American Airlines from JFK airport to Malpensa airport (MXP) on a direct flight....

  • 14. Hop-On Bus

    Discover Milan using two different tour routes! See all the main sights aboard an open-top double-decker bus and with 12 stops to choose from you can hop-on and hop-off all around the city. You can...

  • 15. Nord Cadorna Railway Station

    If you want to travel from Milan to the North-West of Lombardia (Como, Varese), to the Malpensa International Airport or to some Piedmontese locations (like Novara), you will probably take a train...

  • 16. Driving

    At the beginning of 2008 the city of Milan astounded the world, or at least those people in the world who pay attention to this sort of thing, by instituting a congestion charge for motor vehicles....

  • 17. Car Hire - Rental

    I have a number of times flown into Milan Malpensa as gotten the best deals on flights into the area and then had a car booked via - they subcontract to europcar in Italy which...

  • 18. Limo Service

    MJ Service is a well known company providing limousine service in Milan. They're located near Milan Malpensa airport and after 3 services for my friends we should say they're very good. First it's a...

  • 19. Stazione Cadorna

    The easiest and the quickiest way to get to Malpensa airport, and vice versa, is by the city train express. This is Stazione Cadorna, the train station from...

  • 20. Just the ticket

    An all day ticket valid on metro and busses costs €2.58, good value if you need to travel around. Buy them from kiosks around the city or there are some ticket...

  • 21. Ride the Peter Witt Streetcars

    Ok, I am certain that nearly no one in Italy knows what a "Peter Wit," streetcar is. However in Milan they still have the largest number of Peter Wit streetcars...

  • 22. Walking in Milan

    I must say that I had imagined the distances in Milan much bigger than they actually were. I had ordered a map before our trip, so we had a map with us right...

  • 23. To the city from the airport by train

    The cost of one-way ticket from/to Malpensa Airport/city main train station is Euro 10. There are ticketing machines but they require credit cards (they do not...

  • 24. Transportation from the airport to Milan

    No, the 23:56 schedule I provided was for the Malpensa Express TRAIN and not the bus! The buses only run until 20:00 to 22:00 hours depending on the bus line...

  • 25. The City Tram

    The city tram connects all parts of the town and it is the best organized public transportation in Milano. The ticket cost 1 euro but there are also other...

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